Selly Manor Museum
50% off standard ticket admission price
Selly Manor is a beautiful timber framed historic house in the heart of the famous Bournville village.
Most people only think of chocolate when ‘Bournville’ is mentioned, but what many people don’t know is that Bournville has one of the oldest buildings in Birmingham.
In the heart of George Cadbury’s garden village, right next to the village green is Selly Manor. Incredibly, the building came from a site about a mile away, but was bought by George Cadbury and moved into the village in the early 1900’s. There are games to play, armour to try on and dressing up for both children and adults.
Selly Manor is surrounded by its own Tudor style garden and has an impressive collection of furniture and objects.
Next door to Selly Manor is the medieval hall of Minworth Greaves, which was also moved into Bournville from its original site. Minworth Greaves can be hired for small wedding ceremonies.
All Public Enquiries
Tel: 0121 472 0199
Tuesday-Friday 10am to 5pm all year, plus Saturday and Sunday 2pm-5pm from 15 April to 24 September
Terms and Conditions
- Offer not valid for any special events or exhibitions or with any other ticket discount offer.